Fracture functions. An improved description of inclusive hard processes in QCD

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Abstract

We propose to describe semi-inclusive hard processes in perturbative QCD by means of "fracture" functions, hybrids between structure and fragmentation functions. We argue that fracture functions factorize correctly and evolve in Q2in a predictable way. As an application, we discuss how information on fracture functions obtained at HERA can be used to compute inclusive processes at future hadron colliders. © 1994.

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Trentadue, L., & Veneziano, G. (1994). Fracture functions. An improved description of inclusive hard processes in QCD. Physics Letters B, 323(2), 201–211. https://doi.org/10.1016/0370-2693(94)90292-5

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